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Two Off-Broadway plays, set nearly 300 years apart, examine the strong impact that religion has had on world events. In 75 minutes, “Church and State” tackles the thorny issues of religion and … more
Theater can be an escapist experience, or it can hold a mirror on society. In London’s West End, the award-winning revival of ‘An Inspector Calls’ provides valuable lessons for today’s … more
Gathering around an aging parent has become a frequent theme in movies and on Broadway. Siblings share their memories, emotions arise and rivalries play out. If I Forget, by Steven Levenson (Dear … more
What’s the difference between a mixed drink and a cocktail? By the end of Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking, playing at the New World Stages, … more
For years parents have depended upon the stories of Stan and Jan Berenstain’s stories, The Berenstain Bears, to teach youngsters safety and morals. The books deal with situations very familiar … more
Review by Elyse TreversIt’s one of the hottest tickets this season – multiple award – winning actress Cate Blanchett’s Broadway debut. The good news is that Cate does not … more
A Review by Elyse TreversThe title for this one-woman show by comedian and comedy writer Monica Piper comes from a remark made to the young Monica by a neighbor who noted that she didn’t attend … more
The average adult spends a third of the day at work, often seeing more of his co-workers than his relatives. So it’s not surprising that some workers bond like a family. With well-crafted … more
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